The kink community has changed my perspective on sex and sexuality, and it's made me reeveluate what it means to be asexual
Learning about aromantic history has helped me find a new appreciation for the aro community
For me, one of the hardest parts about being aromantic is managing the expectations of alloromantic people in relationships
I've been thinking a lot lately about what "family" means as an aromantic person, especially when family is so fundamentally tied to the concept of romantic relationships.
The level of amatonormativity in media is exhausting—it feels like a tired trope that the world won't let go of.
I reflect on generational rifts in queer communities and my fears of someday becoming one of the "problematic" queer folks.
I reflect on some long-held existential fears of being abandoned by my friends as I grow older.
I talk about the "in-between spaces" between my neurodiversity and my romantic orientation and just how interconnected those aspects of my identity are
I use Coyote's concept of a convergent-divergent spectrum to describe some feelings about my identity I've been trying to piece together for a while.
Where I talk about QPRs, relationship anarchy, how I personally find QPRs less useful of a concept than I used to.